A few years ago, Evernote tried to branch out into selling physical objects—desk tidies, messenger bags, wallets, and the like—that would keep you organized in real life, too. But it’s shutting the store down on Wednesday.
San Francisco’s tech workers may be looking for a new ride to work if their shuttle bus drivers go on strike over contract negotiations. At a meeting yesterday in San Leandro, leaders of the Teamsters Local 853 advised members to be prepared for a strike if there’s no progress on the contract proposal that the union…
Evernote has a new app called Scannable. It's takes a feature Evernote already had—digitizing paper documents—and makes it faster and more intuitive than ever before. Here's how to get it up and running on an iOS device, and the features that make it worth a look whether or not you already use Evernote.
Evernote is well established as the go-to app for organizing just about everything in your life. Whether it's notes for a novel or bookmarks from the Web, Evernote can take pretty much anything you want to throw at it. But are you using the platform to its full potential? Here are 10 quick tips for turning yourself…
Evernote has been helping you organize your digital world for a while, and now it has a little more to offer as far as your desk is concerned; it's just added a whole new line of desk organizers to its offerings.
Pocket, everyone's favorite service that was formerly Read It Later, just announced a paid plan. For $5 a month or $45 a year, your Pocketed pages will persist forever in a searchable, tag-able, digital library. Like Evernote, but exclusively for things you probably won't get around to reading.
Despite hundreds of keyboard and stylus accessories for your phone or tablet, a pen and paper is still the easiest way to take notes at work. And in their continued effort to bridge your gadgets and notebooks, Evernote and Moleskine are introducing a business-oriented notebook that gives you space for jotting private…
After finding success with note-taking/to-do app Projectbook last year, Theory.io has decided to overhaul their signature productivity app and take it a step further. Now, hoping to go head-to-head with big dogs like Evernote, the developers are officially re-releasing the app as NoteSuite—the potential answer to…
Evernote 5 for Android is out, finally bringing you a fancy new camera interface to match its iOS counterpart.
If you go to log in to Evernote, you'll find that you have to reset your password. Why? Well according to a post on the official Evernote blog, they were hacked, and while no personal information was snatched, emails, usernames, and passwords were. Luckily, those passwords were encrypted, but better safe than sorry.
Skitch is a wonderful screenshot annotation tool. Or at least it was, until version 2.0 of the application rolled out this past September. Despite a cleaner look, version 2.0 eliminated many of the features that made us love the app.
When Evernote pushed out Skitch version 2.0, a lot of users were pissed that some of the screenshot app's popular features had been pared down. Two months later, many old-school Skitch users are refusing to come back, so Skitch co-founder and chief designer Keith Lang has posted an admission that Skitch really screwed…
Writing something down in a paper notebook is so satisfying. But digital backup is so reassuring. Wouldn't it be great to have both? That's the idea behind the Evernote Smart Notebook by Moleskine. So does taking a bunch of pictures of your pages really work?
Evernote offers a pretty excellent family of products. Even as a woman*, I can affirm this. Skitch, in particular, is a personal favorite. You'll see us use Skitch on photos in posts here on Gizmodo pretty regularly.
At this point, one of the last things keeping most people from composing all their notes in digital form is that they're fond of physical writing. Old habits can die hard. Realizing this, Evernote and Moleskine have teamed up to create Moleskine notebooks specifically designed for use with Evernote.
Everyone's favorite note taker app, Evernote, just got updated with a brand spanking new UI for the iPad but probably more importantly, rich text editing! That means you can now bold, italicize, underline, highlight, make lists, add URLs and more.
Evernote, the do everything and anything note-taking app, is now available for Windows Phone 7. It syncs with all your other Evernote apps and works just as you'd expect: write notes, keep notebooks, search notes, map notes, share notes, etc. [Evernote]
The iPad 2 has plenty of educational apps going for it. But Evernote Peek is the first one to take advantage of the Smart Cover that comes with it.